Education

A Kabbalistic Approach to Spiritual Growth:...

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As we saw in the verse from Proverbs: Educate the youth in accordance which his way, and even when he grows old, he will not

A Kabbalistic Approach to Spiritual Growth:...

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Of all the personalities in the Bible, Abraham is considered the archetypal educator whose life modeled the ideals of both inspiration and integration. To begin

A Kabbalistic Approach to Spiritual Growth:...

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The educator must develop the skill to analyze his student's personality, organize his or her character traits into various categories, and design a strategy of

A Kabbalistic Approach to Spiritual Growth:...

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Until now, we have discussed inspiration and integration as two separate and sequential stages in the educational process. This oversimplification was necessary to communicate the

A Kabbalistic Approach to Spiritual Growth:...

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In Kabbalah, future (atid) means "that which is prepared but not yet disclosed," as opposed to its more common definition as something which has no

Torah and Education Resources

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Cognitive Development of the Three Year Old The foudnations of education begin at birth. Every age presents its own opportunities and challenges. Based on teachings

Kabbalah and Education: A Kabbalistic Appro...

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Recent years have seen a proliferation of self-help books and inspirational teachers. Some of these books attain the status of best-sellers, and some of these teachers

Kabbalah and Education: A Kabbalistic Appro...

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Two currents of energy influence the conscious level of the human personality. The first is from "above" originating within the Divine soul. It is a

Kabbalah and Education: A Kabbalistic Appro...

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Every human being is a confederacy of parts as expressed most explicitly in the Hebrew word adam meaning "man," which can be divided into two fragments. The

Kabbalah and Education: A Kabbalistic Appro...

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Prayer notwithstanding, it is still often necessary to confront certain habits head on and refuse to indulge them any more. The teacher needs to remember

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